Saduf has worked within various community-based organizations throughout New York City for over a decade as a community organizer, direct service provider, and cooperative developer. Prior to joining NYC NOWC, she focused on building competent workforce development services that aimed to address the needs of immigrants through integrating workers’ rights and occupational health and safety training, narrowing the gap between communities and other workforce organizations, government agencies, unions, and academic institutions, and finally, through working with community members for the development of worker cooperatives that seek to create quality jobs with living wages. In her current role at NYC NoWC, she hopes to contribute to building a strong network and movement of worker cooperatives in the city. Saduf holds a BA from New York University and a Master of International Affairs from Columbia University. She is Pakistani-American and a strong believer in worker control and workplace democracy.